Italy, 1934: The Italian World Cup squad carry their manager, Vittorio Pozzo (1886 - 1968), shoulder high following their 2-1 victory over Czechoslovakia after extra time in the World Cup final in Rome.
Italy, 1938: Members of the Italian football team embracing each other, at the end of their 4-2 victorious World Cup final against Hungary in Paris.
Uruguay, 1950: The "Maracanazo" goal that cost host Brazil the World Cup; Uruguay's Alcides Ghiggia (center) in the 79th minute at Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro.
West Germany, 1954: Max Morlock of West Germany scores his country's first goal to get them back in the game during the FIFA World Cup Final against Hungary played in Berne, Switzerland. West Germany won the match and trophy, 3-2.
Brazil, 1958: In this June 29, 1958, file photo Brazil's 17-year-old Pelé, left, weeps on the shoulder of goalkeeper Gilmar dos Santos Neves after Brazil's 5-2 victory over Sweden in their World Cup final soccer match, in Stockholm, Sweden. Pelé scored two goals. Brazil's Didi is at right.
Brazil, 1962: In this June 17, 1962 file photo, Brazil's goalkeeper Gilmar is held aloft by supporters, after Brazil defeated Czechoslovakia in the World Cup final soccer match, in Santiago, Chile. On this day: Brazil defeated Czechoslovakia three goals to one to defend the trophy it had won four years earlier in Sweden.
England, 1966: World Cup Final, Wembley. England v West Germany (4-2). England on their lap of honour with the Jules Rimet Trophy (l-r) Banks, Wilson, Ball, Charlton, Moore and Cohen.
Brazil, 1970: In this June 21, 1970, file photo, Brazil's Pelé, center is hoisted on the shoulders of his teammates after Brazil won the World Cup soccer final against Italy, 4-1, in Mexico City's Estadio Azteca, Mexico. On this day: Perhaps the most glorious day in Brazils World Cup history. Its third World Cup triumph against a strong Italian side meant it kept the Jules Rimet trophy for good.
West Germany, 1974: German goalkeeper Sepp Maier holds the World Cup Trophy aloft, after West Germany's 2-1 victory over Holland in the 1974 World Cup Final at the Olympic Stadium in Munich.
Argentina, 1978: Mario Kempes of Argentina celebrates scoring a goal during the FIFA World Cup Finals 1978 Final between Argentina and Holland held on June 25, 1978 at the River Plate Stadium, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Argentina won the match and cup 3-1 after extra-time.
Italy, 1982: In this July 11, 1982 file photo, Italian team captain and goalkeeper Dino Zoff, is raised aloft by his teammates while holding the World Cup in the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, in Madrid, after Italy defeated West Germany 3-1 in the World Cup final soccer match. On this day: After a 44 year interval Italy finally wins its third World Cup.
Argentina, 1986: Diego Maradona of Argentina kisses the trophy after the World Cup final against West Germany at the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City. Argentina won the match 3-2.
West Germany, 1990: The third and final of West Germany's World Cup triumphs came after they beat Argentina in 1990. Pierre Littbarski (left) and Lothar Matthaus celebrate with the trophy.
Brazil, 1994: In this July 4, 1994 file photo, Brazilian forwards Bebeto, centre, and Romario, right, celebrate Bebeto's match-winning goal, during the World Cup second round soccer match against the US, in Stanford Stadium California. Dejected US defender Fernando Clavijo, centre, walks behind the two. On this day: On Independence Day the US was knocked out of the World Cup it was hosting after losing 1-0 to Brazil.
France, 1998: Joy for France as match winnner Zinedine Zidane lifts the trophy after victory in the World Cup Final against Brazil at the Stade de France in St Denis. Zidane scored twice as France won 3-0.
Brazil, 2002: Rivaldo and Ronaldo of Brazil kiss the trophy after the Germany v Brazil, World Cup Final match played at the International Stadium Yokohama in Yokohama, Japan on June 30, 2002. Brazil won 2-0.
Spain, 2010: Iker Casillas of Spain celebrates lifting the World Cup with team mates during the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Final match between Netherlands and Spain at Soccer City Stadium on July 11, 2010 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Since the first World Cup was held in Uruguay in 1930, there have been 19 championship squads from seven countries. Here's a look at all of them.